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Midboss Spell Cards[edit]

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Spell Card 52
月符「サイレントセレナ」
Moon Sign "Silent Selene"[1]
Owner
Patchouli Knowledge
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
A lunar display of moonlight.
Monday is a good day for this magic.
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Spell Card 53
日符「ロイヤルフレア」
Sun Sign "Royal Flare"
Owner
Patchouli Knowledge
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Undulating sun flares that burst from the center.
Sunday is a good day for this magic.
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Spell Card 54
火水木金土符「賢者の石」
Fire Water Wood Metal Earth Sign "Philosopher's Stone"[2] [3]
Owner
Patchouli Knowledge
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
The power of Fire, Water, Wood, Metal, and Earth combined.
This one-week magician is really giving it her all today.
Blue is aimed, red is random, green drifts left, yellow changes direction once, silver is aimed together.

Boss Spell Cards[edit]

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Spell Card 55
禁忌「クランベリートラップ」
Taboo "Cranberry Trap"
Owner
Flandre Scarlet
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Aimed and centered magic trickles in from the edges.
I wonder what would you catch with a cranberry trap?
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Spell Card 56
禁忌「レーヴァテイン」
Taboo "Lævateinn"[4]
Owner
Flandre Scarlet
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
A weapon demonstration with an ancient wand.
Really Flandre, you shouldn't take things that aren't yours.
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Spell Card 57
禁忌「フォーオブアカインド」
Taboo "Four of a Kind"
Owner
Flandre Scarlet
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
The mighty shadow clone technique. Which is the real one?
Look for the source of the most complex firework...
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Spell Card 58
禁忌「カゴメカゴメ」
Taboo "Kagome, Kagome"[5]
Owner
Flandre Scarlet
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Yellow orbs plow through a cage of green magic.
"Kagome, Kagome, the bird in the cage, when will you come out?"
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Spell Card 59
禁忌「恋の迷路」
Taboo "Maze of Love"
Owner
Flandre Scarlet
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
A spiralling maze that forces you to spin around and around.
Blue means counterclockwise, and brown means clockwise.
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Spell Card 60
禁弾「スターボウブレイク」
Forbidden Barrage "Starbow Break"[6]
Owner
Flandre Scarlet
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Rainbow barrages are made one after the other.
Luck is said to be found at the end of the rainbow.
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Spell Card 61
禁弾「カタディオプトリック」
Forbidden Barrage "Catadioptric"[7]
Owner
Flandre Scarlet
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Reflected cannon bursts aimed at the walls.
It seems there's a quiet spot in the lower right corner.
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Spell Card 62
禁弾「過去を刻む時計」
Forbidden Barrage "Clock that Ticks Away the Past"
Owner
Flandre Scarlet
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Spinning gears amidst a sea of bullets.
Time never lets you have a second chance, so stay sharp.
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Spell Card 63
秘弾「そして誰もいなくなるか?」
Secret Barrage "And Then Will There Be None?"[8]
Owner
Flandre Scarlet
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Ghostly bullet trails and mysterious deathtraps.
All this suspense you're feeling would make for a great novel.
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Spell Card 64
QED495年の波紋」
Q.E.D. "Ripples of 495 Years"[9]
Owner
Flandre Scarlet
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
The pent-up frustrations of 495 years' worth of imprisonment.
The final attack always is the hardest. This is a final attack. Q.E.D.

Notes[edit]

  1. Selene: a Greek goddess of the moon.
  2. Five Phases (Fire Water Wood Metal Earth): used in traditional Chinese philosophy to classify/describe natural phenomena, also used along with Sun (日) and Moon (月) to describe days of the week.
  3. Philosopher's Stone: mythical substance that could turn metal into gold.
  4. Lævateinn: a magic weapon, likely a wand or sword, forged by the Norse God Loki. The name is generally accepted to mean "staff of destruction".
  5. Kagome, Kagome: a type of Japanese children's game.
  6. Starbow: If someone flies in space at sub-light speed, stars behind them will be seen ahead. The phenomenon is called "starbow", because the colors of stars are blueshifted on the inside and redshifted on the outside by the optical Doppler effect.
  7. Catadioptric: a type of telescope which uses both reflection and refraction.
  8. The phrase "And Then Will There Be None?" is based on the Agatha Christie novel, "And Then There Were None".
  9. Q.E.D.: short for Quod Erat Demonstrandum, used as an "End of Proof" statement.
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